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|Beyond Broadcast: Reinventing public media in a participatory culture: Keynote Presentation|
James Boyle of Duke Law School, and Charles Nesson of the Berkman Center highlight a conference on "Reinventing Public Media in a Participatory Culture" Keynote Presentation: Reinventing the Gatekeeper - James Boyle
Keywords: James Boyle; Charles Nesson
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|James Boyle Keynote Address at You're Not the Boss of Me - James Boyle|
Professor James Boyle, one of the Founding Board Members of Creative Commons, delivering the keynote address at 2007's You're Not the Boss of Me Festival at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, PA on March 30, 2007. He traces the history and evolution of copyright through the Legendary K.O.'s song, "George Bush Doesn't Care About Black People."
Keywords: copyright, You're Not the Boss of Me, James Boyle, creative commons
|Insight: FAFSA Advice / Tax Delay / Farm Bill Follow-up / Storm update / TV On?|
Financial Aid Advice - The winter window for applying for federal aid for college students has just opened. James Boyle, President of College Parents of America, tells you about the FAFSA and offers tips for parents and students. Tax Return Delays - Millions of tax refunds are being delayed. Jennifer McMillan, President of the California Society of Enrolled Agents, tells you why. Farm Bill Follow-up - The US Farm Bill is moving through Congress...
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|Audio Wikinews Brief : July 26, 2010 - Wikinews|
Two NATO soldiers are captured in Afghanistan; BP CEO Tony Hayward is set to resign and "get back to his life"; British snooker player Alex Higgins is found dead at age 61 and, in history, Arizona Governor John Howard Pyle orders the raid of a polygamist Mormon fundamentalist community. Audio Wikinews is a recap of the days top stories from Wikinews.org
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